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broach (one's) claret

To draw blood, typically in some sort of fight. "Claret" is a type of red wine. A: "Who broached your claret?" B: "Bill punched me in the nose. Can you help me clean up this blood?" Do you challenge me to a fight? Well, I will most certainly broach your claret—I hope you're ready for that!
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broach (something) with (someone)

To mention or discuss something with someone. I wouldn't broach that topic with him unless you want to hear about it for hours. Everyone knows you shouldn't broach the issues of politics or religion at a dinner party.
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broach something with someone

 and broach something to someone
to mention something to someone; to bring up an idea to someone. I hate to be the one to have to broach this to you, but your trousers are torn. This delicate matter must be broached with Mr. Rogers.
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Such a posture may result in large measure from insufficient training and preparation, lack of counseling efficacy, and concern about how clients may perceive the counselor's broaching behavior.
Broaching standoffs--These threaded or unthreaded fasteners in steel or stainless are designed for stacking or spacing boards.
PartMaker 2016 automates the programming of both index and rotary (also known as wobble) broaching operations in an intuitive and visual manner.
With the broaching process, the customer was getting about 80,000 cycles before the ring would crack and fail.
A broaching fastener is a knurled-shank device that can be pressed into a punched or drilled hole to provide a strong threaded or unthreaded attachment point in non-ductile materials.
The process also reduces the number of specialist cutting tools that are required, and cuts the machining time in steel alloys by between 30 and 40 per cent, compared to alternative standard milling solutions, giving a time almost equal to broaching.
Broaching competes favorably with other processes such as boring, milling, shaping and reaming.
For example both automotive OEMs and tiered suppliers seek integrated broaching solutions for which one manufacturer has the ability to supply a broaching machine, all necessary tooling, as well as service and support.
In this case, the better mousetrap is actually a broaching machine with an innovative new design: the Red Ring BV-T Series Workpiece-Transfer-Type system by National Broach & Machine Co, Macomb, MI.
In fact today, broaching is making its greatest inroads competitively against shaping and hobbing.
Before describing Weldon's experience in detail, it would be helpful to discuss broaching in general and broaching flats in particular.
With simple dial-in controls, the external broaching machine allows an operator to program automatic or semiautomatic sequences of uP/ down ram motions interlocked with work clamping/unclamping and table motions.
Precision pot broaching produces involute gear teeth economically in high production.
They are well aware that the broaching industry has been preaching productivity for years.
In this article, we discuss one component of clinical practice, broaching race and culture, and explore the unique experiences of counselors of color in navigating racial and cultural differences with clients.